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Skills broker outlines plans

21st November 2006

Train to Gain is the Learning and Skills Council’s flagship service to help businesses get the training they need to succeed. Employers in Milton Keynes will benefit from free practical and...

easyJet announces profits leap

21st November 2006

The news comes as the airline announced a 56 pc increase in year-on-year profit before tax, that it had ordered a further 52 Airbus A319 aircraft and secured options on another 75.EasyJet saw...

Theatre targets business audience

21st November 2006

The Grove Theatre will house audiences of up to 780 and will stage drama, dance, musicals, pantomime, opera and comedy. It also plans to place a large emphasis on the South Bedfordshire community....

Work with us, business urges councils

21st November 2006

Companies have welcomed proposals in the government’s White Paper on Local Government which could lead to more effective local management of economic development.However, councils will need...

New directors bring wide experience

21st November 2006

Kath James is managing director of London Luton Airport. A qualified accountant, Kath joined TBI in 1996 and held a number of key roles including finance director of Orlando Sanford Airport,...

Barnfield College opens new campus

21st November 2006

The extra support and administrative staff for the £4.2 million campus are being recruited locally. The college is also recruiting an examinations officer and further job openings are also under...

Campus freehold for sale

21st November 2006

The move comes after the merger with the University of Luton. The new University of Bedfordshire is to consolidate its operations on one site.Roy Douglas, of Douglas Duff, said: "This site represents...

Bedfordshire: THE place to be

21st November 2006

Statistics from the Department of Trade and Industry show that the number of businesses registered in the county stands at 13,955 – an increase of more than 1.8 per cent on last year, compared...

She is like sunshine

21st November 2006

Pauline Stewart, who works at Ingram De Havilland in Shefford, did not know that her co-director Mike Smith had nominated her until she heard her name read out at the Bedfordshire Businesswomen...

Hoodies head for Norway

1st November 2006

Morrck has received a flood of orders for its clothing brand The Baby Hoodie and is now supplying thousands of the product to some of the country’s largest retailers.Managing director Isobel...

County must develop its competitive edge

1st November 2006

With the expansion plans for the Milton Keynes South Midlands sub-region - of which Bedfordshire was a significant part - jobs growth was at the top of the agenda, he said. Part of the solution was...

A new Knight in city armoury

1st November 2006

Knight Frank has taken the decision to move in now in order to capitalise on future developer instructions as the Milton Keynes South Midlands growth area prepares for almost 170,000 new homes. The...

WillSnap crackles the pops

1st November 2006

THIS year’s Will Snap Band concert has raised more than £6,000. The Stables at Wavendon was packed to hear the fourth annual concert by a group of Milton Keynes business people who have...